The Bridgehampton School Board on Wednesday voted 5-0 to present a spending plan of $18,689,852 for the 2019-2020 school year to the community for a vote on May 21.
School board elections in the Bridgehampton School District have largely been uncontested in recent years. That is not the case this year.
The Sag Harbor School Board unanimously agreed to present the lower of the two options to the community for the May 21 budget vote.
The much-storied field that reopened for student use on April 8 following a few months of limited use or complete closure.
Members of the Pierson Middle School Math Olympians — led by teacher Chase Mallia — attended the 1st Annual North Shore Math Invitational.
School board election campaigns are in full swing in Sag Harbor, with three candidates actively campaigning so far and four others tentatively considering running for three open seats.
Sag Harbor superintendent Katy Graves and business administrator Dr. Philip Kenter handled the inquiries on the $43.4 million budget plan.
Bridgehampton School District officials have heeded the suggestions of parents and added the salary for another new teacher to its proposed 2019-2020 budget plan.
The Sag Harbor School Board unanimously approved a general contractor, an electrician and a heating, ventilation and air conditioning company.
Questions remain over how the district will close a gap between revenue and expenses in the proposed $43.4 million spending plan.
Spending on supplies and teaching staff for the Sag Harbor School District’s three campuses — including the anticipated opening of the Sag Harbor Learning Center, formerly Stella Maris — is projected to increase next year.
Bridgehampton High School announced this week that seniors James Fairchild and Autumn Coffey have been named valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of the Class of 2019.
With history teacher Susan Duff at the helm this year — the school’s first female head robotics advisor in the team’s nearly 25-year history — Pierson is looking to make a name for itself.
A tight-knit team of Bridgehampton School whiz kids have built what they call the most advanced robot their team has ever created.
A consultant paid for by the Sag Harbor School District has released a number of recommendations for how it can improve its busing system.